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Welcome to Best Western Old Mill Hotel and Leisure Club

Address: Springwood St, Haslingden, BL0 9DS

Hotel Description

The Old Mill Hotel also caters for all you conference and banqueting needs, providing suites and seminar rooms for up to 75 people. They can individually tailor a package to meet all your requirements. They also offer a comprehensive delegate rate which includes meals and accommodation. The on-site leisure facilities available free of charge. Complimentary newspapers are available Monday to Friday.

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Helmshore Mills Textile Museum - Rossendale - Museum

Helmshore Mills Textile Museum - Rossendale - Museum

Distance 2.74 miles (4.39 km)
This is a full working museum with demonstrations of machinery, set in an original 18th century building with its magnificent water wheel, and two authentic working mill museum galleries. Visitors may experience the original (not reconstructed) textile mill with all of its real sounds and smells. The Higher Mill was built in 1789 by the Turner family with the purpose of finishing woollen cloths, and had an unbroken working family connection until its commercial closure in 1967. Other famous machines may be seen here including Spinning Mules, Hargreaves' Spinning Jenny, and many others. Talks on "The Lancashire Loom", the story of the Lancashire Textile Industry every half hour throughout the day, and a video "Hand to Wheel" at a quarter past and a quarter to the hour. There are attendants around who are happy to explain and demonstrate the working of the mills.

Harwood Golf Club - Bolton - Golf

Harwood Golf Club - Bolton - Golf

Distance 4.03 miles (6.45 km)
Welcome to Harwood Golf Course, a testing 18 hole course set just on the outskirts of Bolton, Lancashire. As well as combining a challenging game with excellent views and facilities; our course is steeped in local history, having just celebrated our 75th year. Our club has a very active Membership and would provide a competitive yet friendly environment for any prospective new member. In addition, our social calendar ensures our non-playing members are well catered for too. All are welcome at Harwood Golf Course. Membership of Harwood Golf Club brings considerable benefits. Including regular competitions and social membership.

Turton Golf Club - Bolton - Golf

Turton Golf Club - Bolton - Golf

Distance 4.17 miles (6.67 km)
One of the North Wests PREMIER 18 hole golf courses, Turton Golf Club combines both moorland and parkland to provide a magnificent true test of golf such as that seen when the 2003 BGA finals were hosted here. Play the course then enjoy a relaxing drink or bite to eat in our fully equppied clubhouse. Full buggy service is available from the Pro shop as well as an extensive range of golfing items, practise areas and services. Golfing Societies and other parties are most welcome. Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of this wonderful course and all its facilities, truely a rewarding experience.

Bury College - Bury - University

Bury College - Bury - University

Distance 4.3 miles (6.88 km)
At Bury College, we aim to provide you with the best possible student experience, offering high quality academic and vocational programmes in a host of subjects giving you outstanding choice.

Study at Bury College and you will receive an exceptional standard of learning. I am also delighted and proud to report that Bury College has received a set of Grade 1s - the highest grade possible in all areas by Ofsted inspectors in February 2007. These grades have been confirmed each year since.

Bury Football Club - Football Club

Bury Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.97 miles (7.95 km)
The ground was completely re-built in the 1990's with the last 'new' stand, the Cemetery End, completed in 1999. The new stands have vastly improved the overall look of the ground, whilst at the same time making it an all seated one. The Manchester Road End is a fair sized stand that is covered and has an electric scoreboard; however it does not run the full width of the pitch, one side ending with the edge of the penalty box. The other end, the Cemetery End, is a former terrace that has been demolished and replaced with a relatively new all seater stand.